Kate Middleton looked pensive today as she took part in the late Queen's funeral procession and religious service at Westminster Hall.
The new Princess of Wales, 40, has been by her husband's side since it was announced his grandmother had died last Thursday, and looked somber as she took part in a short service at Westminster Hall.
Members of the royal family including King Charles III, The Prince of Wales, the Duke of Sussex, Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex followed the Queen's coffin on foot during the move through London.
The Duchess of Cambridge and Cornwall, as she is now known, looked somber in a Catherine Walker dress as she followed the procession in a car with the Queen Consort. For the occasion, she wore a pair of pearl dropped earrings and a pearl brooch.
This was the last time the Queen's body was moved before her funeral on Monday at Westminster Hall. After the ceremony, it will be taken to her final resting place, her beloved Windsor Castle.